Our team became the winner of the AI ​​hackathon for education “Artificial Intelligence in the Dream”

Our team from the Physical and Technical Institute of KPI named after Igor Sikorskyi became the winner of the AI ​​hackathon for education “Artificial Intelligence in the Dream”, which took place on December 16 at NaUKMA.

The captain of the winning team “FireFlies squad” is a master’s student of our department Andriy Aseko-Nkili, participants – Anastasia Komar (3rd year of NN FTI), Kayuk Ksenia (1st year of master’s degree in NN FTI), Plakhtiy Glib (graduate of NN FTI).

The solution proposed by the team:

During the lesson, the AI ​​records the teacher’s voice. Next, the teacher can press a button in the Dream and AI application, based on the presented part of the lecture, generates a test question for him on the material of the lecture. The teacher automatically sends this question to each present student in the Dream application, and the student has 20 seconds to answer. After the survey, the teacher sees who answered and how, and analyzes the level of audience engagement. The team suggests conducting such surveys once every 10-15 minutes. They hardly burden the teacher and are a very useful way of concentrating children.

The third and second places were won by teams from NaUKMA – “Isterhishtar” and “To ne mi”, respectively. The fourth place was won by the team “Dreamers of dreams”, representing the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE).

The jury also singled out the TeteriVV team. They were asked to refine the idea, and perhaps in the future it will be implemented in the Dream application.

17 teams and 60 participants took part in the “Artificial Intelligence in the Dream” hackathon, who worked in the classrooms all day — from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., after which project pitching continued until almost 10 p.m. The hackathon was not stopped even by an air raid – the last three teams were hiding in the shelter.
We thank all participants, jury and invited speakers for a wonderful event! We thank Mykhailo Fedorov, who could not participate offline, but motivated the students with an online appeal.

In the coming days, look for a detailed photo report and video on the pages of Mria.

The hackathon was held with the assistance of the EGAP Program, implemented by the Eastern Europe Foundation and financed by Switzerland.